Winner 2017

Caroline Mesquita

Winner: 2017

Prize awarded on the occasion of the exhibition Les Bons Sentiments, curated by Anne-Claire Schmitz, from September 4th to November 10th 2017.

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Winner 2016
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Clément Cogitore

Winner: 2016

Prize awarded on the occasion of the exhibition Paris, curated by Isabelle Cornaro, from September 5th to october, 29th, 2016.

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Winner 2015
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Florian Pugnaire & David Raffini

Winners: 2015

Prize awarded on the occasion of the exhibition The Order of Fireflies, curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler, from September 15th to october, 31st, 2015.

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Winner 2014
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Camille Blatrix

Winner: 2014

Prize awarded on the occasion of the exhibition L'époque, les humeurs, les valeurs, l'attention, curated by castillo/corrales, from September 10th to october, 31st, 2014.

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Winner 2013
Lili Reynaud-Dewar, <i>I am intact and I don't care</i>, 2013, Courtesy of the artist.<br>

Lili Reynaud Dewar

Winner: 2013

Winner of the Prize Fondation d'entreprise Ricard 2013, awarded during the exhibition La vie matérielle, curated by Yann Chateigné.

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Winner 2012
Katinka Bock, "Umland", 2011, motor, various material, 180 cm diameter, 330 cm high, photos: Francois Doury, courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff<br>

Katinka Bock

Winner: 2012

Awarded during the exhibition évocateur, curated by Elena Filipovic from October 12 to November 17, 2012.

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Winner 2011
Adrien Missika, "DOME", 2011, video, 10'29''

Adrien Missika

Winner: 2011

Winner of Prize, awarded during the exhibition The Seabass., curated by Eric Troncy from September 13 to October 29, 2011.

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Winner 2010
<p>Isabelle Cornaro, <i>Paysage avec Poussin et témoins occulaires ( III )</i>, 2010, ca. 4 x 4,5 x 2,6 m, mixed media, courtesy Balice Hertling gallery.<br></p><br>

Isabelle Cornaro

Winner: 2010

Winner ex-aequo with Benoît Maire, of the Prize awarded during the exhibition Monsieur Miroir, curated by Emilie Renard, from September 21 to November 6, 2010

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Winner 2010
<p>Benoît Maire, <i>Esthétique des différends, point 1 et 2</i>, 2009. Courtesy galerie Cortex Athletico</p><br>

Benoît Maire

Winner: 2010

Winner ex-aequo with Isabelle Cornaro, of the Prize awarded during the exhibition Monsieur Miroir, curated by Emilie Renard, from September 21 to November 6, 2010.

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Winner 2009
Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, <i>The Back of the Sign</i>, 2007, Oil on canvas 200 x 300 x 5 cm, from Pietro Sparta Gallery, Chagny, France, Collection of Centre Georges Pompidou, photo: André Morin

Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille

Winners: 2009

Winners of the Prize, awarded during the exhibition L'image cabrée, curated by Judicaël Lavrador from September 22 to November 7, 2009.

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Winner 2008
<p><i>Padova (Reply # 4)</i>, 2008, plywood formwork and Carrara marble, 190 x 550 x 36 cm<br></p>

Raphaël Zarka

Winner: 2008

Winner of the 10th Prize, awarded during the exhibition The consistency of the visible, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud from October 10 to November 22, 2008.

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Winner 2007
Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus, <i>7th Continent,</i> 2001, half-sphere Plexiglas, fluorescent tubes and electrical cable.

Christophe Berdaguer & Marie Péjus

Winners: 2007

Winner of the Prize, awarded during the exhibition Dérive, curated by Mathieu Mercier, from October 12 to November 17, 2007.

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Winner 2006
Vincent Lamouroux,"(Unwinding) Corridor", 2006, Courtesy Galerie G.P. & N. Vallois, photo : Marc Domage

Vincent Lamouroux

Winner: 2006

Winner of the Prize, awarded during Incipit exhibition, curated by Charlotte Laubard, from October 3 to November 10, 2006.

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Winner 2005
Loris Gréaud, <i>Devils Tower Satellite,</i> 2005, mobile sculpture, Dimensions: 355 x 200 x 220 cm, Sculpture: Nevot Vincent, photo: Laetitia Badaut production: Paris-musées, gb agency, Paris courtesy Yvon Lambert

Loris Gréaud

Winner: 2005

Winner of the Prize, awarded during the Offshore exhibition, curated by Jean-Max Colard, from September 8 to October 21, 2005.  

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Winner 2004
Mircea Cantor, <i>SHORT CUTS,</i> 2004, B & W Photography, Triptych, 49 x 73 cm each, edition of 3, courtesy of the artist and Yvon Lambert Paris

Mircea Cantor

Winner: 2004

Winner of the Prize, awarded during the Prosismic exhibition, curated by Evelyne Jouanno, from October 12 to November 19, 2004.

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Winner 2003
Matthieu Laurette, "Mobile Information Stand For Moneyback Products (International Version), Stand product information reimbursed (International version)", 1999/in progress, Pièce unique, Installing updates, Expansion clippings appearances plastified , TV, articulating arm, DVD (25 min loop, sound, subtitles), showcase products, 100% repaid, flyers, courtesy of the artist.

Matthieu Laurette

Winner: 2003

Winner of the Prize, awarded during the Propaganda exhibition, curated by Pascal Beausse, from September 23 to October 24, 2003.

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Winner 2002
Boris Achour, <i>Cosmos</i>, 2001, courtesy de l'artiste.

Boris Achour

Winner: 2002

Winner of the Prize, awarded during the Promotion exhibition, curated by François Piron, from October 12 to November 22, 2002.

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Winner 2001
Tatiana Trouvé, <i>Polder 2001</i>, 2001, courtesy of the artist.

Tatiana Trouvé

Winner: 2001

Winner of the Ricard Prize, awarded during the Lost in the supermarket, curated by Jean-Yves Jouannais, from September 15 to october 30, 2001.

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Winner 2000
Natacha Lesueur, <i>Untitled,</i> 2000, 2/5, Epreuve color glued on PVC, Ilfochrome, diasec, PVC, 145 x 111.5 x 5.5 cm, photo: Philippe Migeat

Natacha Lesueur

Winner: 2000

Winner of the Prize awarded during the Prodige exhibition, curated by Robert Fleck.

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Winner 1999
Didier Marcel, <i>Untitled</i>, 1999, the engine rotates the piece, painted steel, electric motor, 131 x 66 x 37.5 cm, photo: Philippe Migeat

Didier Marcel

Winner: 1999

Winner of the Prize, awarded during the Propice exhibition, curated by Catherine Francblin, from September 9 to 30, 1999.

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